Risk advisors reveals a year of extreme uncertainty ahead, with companies faced with choosing one of three strategies to work through geopolitical upheaval.
Populist political movements, cyber-threats and terrorism make 2017 a bleak year for business, with companies facing a year of "strategic uncertainty", according to the latest risk map from advisors Control Risks.
Control Risks produces one of the most respected assessments of global risk each year, with Risk Map 2017 a picture of significant uncertainty.
In an introduction to the new map, Control Risks’ chief executive Richard Fenning said: “When I look at the world now and project forward to 2017, geopolitical order seems like
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